Recorded July 3rd, 1999 at Naropa, Rikki Ducornet reads her four part essay on Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels. The essay covers the catalogical, misogynistic, and scatalogical elements in Swift's work. After reading her essay she answers questions from the audience.
Experimental female writers Bernadette Mayer, Carla Harryman, and Rikki Ducornet reading. Each artist reads a selection of experimental work ranging from novels to poetic collaborations. (Continues on 93P084B)
byDucornet, Rikki; Equi, Elaine; Waldman, Anne; Wilson, Peter Lamborn
First half of a Naropa Summer Writing Program faculty reading with Peter Lamborn Wilson, Elaine Equi, Rikki Ducornet, and Anne Waldman, who is accompanied by Claude Brown and Steven Taylor. Peter Lamborn Wilson reads from his book Avant Gardening: Ecological Struggles in the City and the World. Elaine Equi reads her poetry, including "Letter of recommendation," "Pink shutters," and several others. Rikki Ducornet reads a piece about the Marquis De Sade. Anne Waldman reads...
Rikki Ducornet chairs a panel on Voice and Chararcter delivered July 1st, 2003, at Naropa University. Panelists include, Kass Fleisher on the political structures of the sentence and creating a paralell structures in prose to overcome the traditional structures of prose; Michelle Ellsworth discusses the voice as character in performance; Alexs Pate discusses how in his work he seeks to appropriate the traditional structers of prose to create a new space; and Thalia Field discusses the uses of...